The Colbert Report
Season 7 • 01/31/2011
Paul Offit explains why the decision not to vaccinate children is a risky choice.
Gordita Supreme CourtThe Colbert ReportS7
Taco Bell's meat mixture doesn't satisfy the USDA's minimum requirements to be called beef.
Intro - 1/27/11The Colbert ReportS7
Stephen wonders if ESP exists, covers Taco Bell's broiled controversy and asks Brian Greene if there's a parallel universe where people still buy books.
Time-Traveling Porn - Daryl BemThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen uses the power of time-traveling porn to predict the 2012 presidential election, and Daryl Bem discusses his theory of extrasensory pornception.
CandyquakeThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen warned members of the Colbert Nation about thundersnow exactly five years to the day before New York was hit again.
Mubarak, Mu Problems - Samer ShehataThe Colbert ReportS7
Samer Shehata believes the U.S. can push for a stable Middle East by supporting the 83 million Egyptians rising up.
Mubarak, Mu ProblemsThe Colbert ReportS7
The Egyptian people should hold a special election to choose between Hosni Mubarak, Hosno McBarak and Hosna Mooburka.
Un-American News - Kim Jong-il's Furry HatThe Colbert ReportS7
Decades of autocratic rule appear to be coming to an end for Kim Jong-il's furry hat.
Sign Off - Kim Jong-bearThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen signs off with his furry North Korean dictator hat.
Intro - 1/31/11The Colbert ReportS7
Egypt is burning, there's a breakthrough in taser technology, and Dr. Paul Offit talks about the importance of vaccines.
Paul OffitThe Colbert ReportS7
Paul Offit believes the visibility of the smallpox vaccination scar during swimsuit season is a small price to pay for better health.
Hosni Mubarak Will Not Run AgainThe Colbert ReportS7
Hosni Mubarak is out, but Sean Hannity knows that the Egyptian uprising won't necessarily end in democracy.
Sign Off - DiGiorno Pizza & Boneless WyngzThe Colbert ReportS7
Stephen signs off with a DiGiorno Pizza & Boneless Wyngz box.
Wal-Mart Collaborates With Obama Administration - Leslie DachThe Colbert ReportS7
Leslie Dach confirms the ugly rumors that Wal-Mart is collaborating with the Obama administration to sell fruits and vegetables at a lower price.
Thought for Food - Nestle CorporationThe Colbert ReportS7
Thanks to the Nestle Corporation, nearly a third of Americans will never get the chance to be obese.
Michael LewisThe Colbert ReportS7
Michael Lewis explains how Wall Street got so good at disguising bad loans that they bought some for themselves.
Thought for Food - Wyngz & Wal-MartThe Colbert ReportS7
DiGiorno packages wyngz, and Wal-Mart helps Michelle Obama in her socialist scheme to end childhood obesity.
Intro - 2/2/11The Colbert ReportS7
America must break its dependency on foreign turmoil, and Sean Kelly has a new book about classic literature.
Tip/Wag - British Superman & Big Flats BeerThe Colbert ReportS7
A British actor is cast as the next Superman, and Walgreens offers a discount beer for 50 cents a can.
Crisis in EgyptThe Colbert ReportS7
Christiane Aman-purr must decide whether Egypt's revolution is a democratic uprising or an Islamic power grab.
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